Fishing: This tour is customized for any interest and skill level with just five to six guests per skiff. Your guide leads you to secluded locations for wildlife viewing and remote fishing. This trip is focused on catching rockfish for a unique seafood meal. Rockfish are humble but plentiful, offering consistent action and delicious table fare, with multiple species often found in the same school.
Dining: The best fish you'll eat in Alaska is the fish you catch yourself. You will disembark on the shore of a spruce and cedar rainforest and settle in while the camp cook prepares your meal, the bottom-feeders that you have caught will be served atop a saffron-infused bouillabaisse, seasoned potatoes in a homemade fish broth, warm sourdough rolls, and rhubarb-blueberry bread pudding round out the menu.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age – 5 years. Minimum weight – 30 lbs, maximum weight – 300 lbs. Must be physically active and able to walk on uneven terrain.
What to Bring: Warm, layered clothing, cash or credit/debit card, driver’s license or government issued photo ID (passports are not admitted).
Good to Know: This trip is perfect for families, young children, or anyone who appreciates an outdoor dining experience centered on fresh fish. The variety on this trip enables guests to spend time on the water fishing while also exploring Alaskan intertidal and temperate rainforest ecosystems. You will spend approximately three hours fishing and one and half hours at the camp. Fishing license is $15.00 per person and can be purchased at the dock directly with the tour operator the same morning of the tour. License can be paid by cash or credit card. Skiff is open to the elements.